Even before mankind's gradual extinction, Kurt didn't believe his vote actually mattered. Now, even though there are no longer any elections, he still goes to the same gymnasium every four years to cast his ballot. A story about how the things that are important to us don't have to make sense to the rest of the world.
A Great De-evolution novelette.
Critical acclaim for the Great De-evolution stories:
"One of the best books I have ever read... Plays on one of our deepest fears, something we all know will happen one day." -- Terry Reid - The Four Corners of Santerria
"[Dietzel] has accomplished something remarkable: he really has written a book that is one of a kind." -- Nancy Roberts
"All I can say is trust me and give this book a read." -- The Lazy Book Reviewer
"A true wakeup call to everyone... One powerful novel." -- Fran Lewis - Just Reviews
"One of the best dystopian series to come out in a long time." - Three Cats and a Girl
"Dystopian in focus yet incredibly human in its exploration and atmosphere... This is a book, a work, worthy of each and every one of those 5 star reviews." -- Mack Meijers - Authors on the Air
"A highly addictive book... A must read for everyone." - The Reading Room
"Highest possible rating." -- OnlineBookClub.org